10 days of public events to commemorate World Refugee Day (20 June). Exhibitions, Screenings, and Talk Programs.

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Exhibition open everyday, 10AM to 6PM, June 20-30. All events open to public.

21 June, Saturday, 3PM
Life as a Refugee – a conversation with youth refugees from Bhutan.

21 June, Saturday, 4PM
Screening of “The Refugees of Shangrila”, followed by a discussion with filmmaker Doria Bramante.

23 June, Monday, 5:15PM
Screening of “Bhutan’s Forgotten People”, followed by discussion with filmmaker and journalist Subina Shrestha.

25 June, Wednesday, 5:15PM
Panel discussion on documenting the worlds of refugee
communities with Photographers Jan Møller Hansen, Narendra Mainali, and Kashish Das Shrestha, with Craig Sanders (UNHCR Representative in Nepal).

27 June, Friday, 5:15PM
Screening of “Let My People Go”, by Oscar winner Director Régis Wargnier.

28 June, Saturday, 4:30PM
Short documentaries on the lives of resettled refugees from Bhutan.

29 June, Sunday, 4:30PM
Screening of “Let My People Go”, by Oscar winner Director Régis Wargnier.

30 June, Monday, 5:30PM
Screening of “The Refugees of Shangrila”, followed by a discussion with filmmaker Doria Bramante.